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I'm curious, who do you think mostly wrote 'Tai Lung Escapes'? <br><br>I've always loved that track, and always felt that it was mostly a John Powell cue, although that very dark first part could easily be Hans' work. I could also see it being a Henry Jackman cue though... I don't know. :pPaul Manafort time for Balfe: I am guilty of wasting money and providing really terrible and cheap scores for high production value films. It is not my fault they hired me - I blame this on my much more impressive superiors. So, don't come back to me to try claim money. It is not my fault I have no talent.The two note variation on an actual Kramer theme is not Balfe using existent themes. I know Balfe and his boys probably wrote most of these positive comments (I mean who the frigging fuck else would defend this shit unless they were deaf) but even Balfe is gringing thinking about the shit he pulled. <br><br>If there was any justice he would be prosecuted for wasting resources and pretending to be an expert.What the two note variation on an actual Kramer theme - you call that Balfe using existent themes. You lot have low, low standards. I know Balfe and his boys probably wrote most of these positive comments (I mean who the frigging fuck else would do unless you are deaf) but have a bit of sense Balfe boys.Have you actually ever listened to film music, or work done in the MI franchise? You might think different if you knew better. I know you are probably 11 and this is the first score you have ever heard, but have some time to think about film music in general.
Yes, Jewen has not listened to ANY action or film scores this year. What is wrong with you, seriously. I actually walked past a shop having renovations done and with the clamour thought someone was playing the latest 'cool' single. Sounded a lot like the industrial noise here. Turned out it was actually industrial noise from some guys molding a hatch. How have we got to a stage when construction workers make better music than actual composers? Seriously. Have a look at yourself, and have an even more thorough look at Zimmer as the embodiment of this retardation.Stairs and Rooftops....WOOOW Easily one of the best film tracks of 2018. Simply Amazing!!!It's the first action score by Balfe i didn't hate this year, thank god!<br><br>It's not the best thing in years, but is a fun action score (Free Fall and Escape Through Paris, are good action tracks), plus, altough is 96 minutes, never get boredAnd the link for the CD<br><br>https:/ /www. amazon.com/gp/product/B07F3QP2HX/ref=as_li_qf_asin_il_tl?ie= UTF8&tag=filmusrep-20&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASI N=B07F3QP2HX&linkId=8fcd06899e5999dd491abf60fe6dcf6dTracklist for The Darkest Minds (Milan Records)<br><br>1. The Darkest Minds<br>  2. Ruby's Theme<br>  3. Lady Jane<br>  4. Escape<br>  5. Cate<br>  6. Runaway<br>  7. Picnic<br>  8. Zu's Dream<br>  9. E.D.O.<br>  10. Home<br>  11. The Slip Kid<br>  12. Mind Control<br>  13. Memories<br>  14. Red<br>  15. Liam<br>  16. The Children's League
mvictor: it's funny, 3:10 To Yuma is perhaps the only Beltrami score I really like :-p<br><br>In my opinion, what made Dunkirk special is that it's a Zimmer score, so it sounds better, massive, impressive, while most horror scores stay in the background except for a few jump scares that are not pleasing at all when you listen to the album. Dunkirk is a tension-builder, but it's more than that.<br><br>You should definitely listen to Gravity a couple more times, it's an absolutely amazing score, in my opinion better than Dunkirk, as it's equally tense and massive, but has more refined electronic manipulation, it's more colorful and it's simply more musical. Go straight to the track 'Shenzou', play it very loud, and you'll see what I mean :-pHats off to Hybrid Soldier dealing with all you ungrateful cancerous rude spammers. This was a good score IMHO, but if you didn't like it then try to give constructive criticism. But I guess acting like an inebriated ape with a laptop is easierHere's a chronological listing based on the cue sheet from ASCAP<br><br>1. 2049<br>2. Sapper's tree<br>3. Flight to LAPD<br>4. Rain<br>5. Ossuary<br>6. Wallace<br>7. New model<br>8. Return to sapper's<br>9. Memory<br>10. DNA<br>11. Trash Mesa<br>12. Must Protect the Child<br>13. Orphanage<br>14. Furnace<br>15. Someone lived this<br>16. Bomb<br>17. Shesome (aka "Joi")<br>18. Like a real girl<br>19. Luv in apartment<br>20. Pilotfish (aka "Pilot")<br>21. Mesa hijack<br>22. Joi crushed<br>23. K rescued<br>24. You imagined it was you (aka "That's why we believe")<br>25. Her eyes were green<br>26. Sea wall<br>27. All the best memories are hers<br>28. You're free to meet your daughter (aka a cover of "Tears in rain" by Vangelis)<br>29. Blade Runner<br>30. Blade Runner 2049 theme<br>31. Almost human<br>32. Bibi's<br>33. Bibi advert music<br>34. Bibi's bar bass<br>35. Big band stingThe official credit is now "Music by Geoff Zanelli & Jon Brion"...<br><br>Geoff wrote a good chunk of the score.Why is Zanelli credited as composer. Jon Brion is doing to the music, right?<br><br>I know Zanelli worked on it, but anyone got an explanation for the 'composer' credit?
I just wish they had included the finale in both the SW story scores all the music complied together would have been greatfinally got to listen to a quiet place. it has indeed the atmospheric vibe i got from dunkirk. although i will give it another listen before deciding. anyways, you have great ears Ds. and you said you listened to the background music during the movie even, wow!<br><br>after that i got to listen to 3:10 to yuma, which went straight onto my wishlist. and made me research Marco Beltrami. no idea how i never heard from his scores till now! he is very amazing on those two scores i have listened to so far.<br><br>now, i realized that (most) horror movies might have that atmospheric/ambient sound. so i wondered what makes dunkirk special? pretty sure it is that tension that never seems to fade (not the nimrod theme though). most horror movies are to scare you at particular moments. dunkirk keeps the tension constant. so much that you get comfortable with it. that's what makes it so special for me.<br><br>will keep looking. oh i tried captain philips and gravity too. will give those another listen.Moggyman, forever friends : )nvictor, I actually think Dunkirk is better than BR2049 for a couple reasons:<br><br>1) Even though BR2049 had some interesting themes, most of the soundtrack was too quiet for me and lost my interest during parts of the album. Dunkirk on the otherhand really maintained by interest almost throughout the entire album due to the intensity of the music.<br><br>2) BR2049 soundtrack feels like an attempt to mimic Vangelis' Blade Runner score, whereas Dunkirk is original and unique (except the fact that Zimmer's work isn't completely original, which doesn't bother me at all).It is off topic, but I was really wondering. What do you think about composers doing fan mades on youtube? Do you have a favorite one?
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Hans ZimmerKlaus BadeltLisa GerrardNick Glennie-Smith
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Mission - Impossible 2 (Complete Score)
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Length: 117'23
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  1. Hijack (6:02)
  2. Mission Impossible Theme (0:38)
  3. Seville (2:19)
  4. The Safe (2:55)
  5. New Sunrise (0:41)
  6. Spanish Car Race (1:59)
  7. The Kiss (2:40)
  8. Nekhorvich's Message (1:24)
  9. Nyah's True Mission (2:37)
  10. The Bait (3:04)
  11. Ambrose Welcomes Nyah (4:28)
  12. Chimera Myth (1:28)
  13. Finger Cutting (0:50)
  14. Horse Race (7:45)
  15. McCloy Gets Gas (5:44)
  16. McCloy In Hospital (2:59)
  17. Breaking In (3:16)
  18. Killing Virus (3:41)
  19. Ambrose Attacks (2:00)
  20. Shootout (4:51)
  21. Bare Island (6:52)
  22. Hunting Hunt (2:34)
  23. Shooting (3:17)
  24. Escape (8:25)
  25. Beach Fight (4:36)
  26. Ambrose Dies (5:45)
  27. Alone - Buckcherry (3:24)
  28. Nyah Theme (3:34)
  29. Ambrose Theme (2:37)
  30. Love Theme (5:10)
  31. Seville (Alternate) (3:31)
  32. The Bait (Alternate) (3:08)
  33. Escape (Alternate) (3:19)
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Bayhem reply Replies: 7 || 2018-07-15 20:31:18
Ohhh, nothing......Just here to remind folks what is the best M:I score. *cough*Balfe is not Zimmer*cough*

Seriously now.......Balfe seems to be turning into a film score version of Christopher Nolan. There are people who think he's the best thing since sliced bread, the next Jesus, and there are people who hate his guts. Personally, I don't mind him and I'm glad he gets to work on these big movies. But on the other hand, his score for the new MI movie is not even close to the greatness of Zimmer's MI2 score. At least in my opinion.


mpolonest1232018-07-15 21:19:31
Iím right there with you. I definitely think Balfe is very talented, although heís far from one of the best composers out there. Especially compared to Zimmer.

That being said, Iím not crazy about MI:2. The highlights are solid (Injection and Bare Island especially) but I find most of the score either schizophrenic or just not as developed as the scores that influence it. Sorta like how everybody loves ďThe RingĒ but I canít personally canít help but hear it as a lesser version of Hannibal.


Edmund Meinerts2018-07-15 23:33:49
Interstellar is barely 3 years old.


isildur2018-07-15 23:41:50
Even on last year's Dunkirk Hans wrote 90% of it. Unless you are born in the last few months there is plenty of music which Hans wrote and many can remember.


Mephariel2018-07-16 06:14:22
Christopher Nolan of music? You serious? You compare Balfe with Nolan, one of the most talented directors of this generation? Nolan always does his own shit. He doesn't tempt scenes from other movies and recolor them and call them his.

Has Balfe written a great score that is truly his own yet? Maybe I just haven't heard it.

The only thing Balfe and Nolan has in common is that they are both white and they are both British.


Mephariel2018-07-16 06:46:12
Because that opinion is clearly wrong when Dunkirk came out in 2017.


Bayhem2018-07-16 10:31:34
mpolonest123, I see your point.

But looking back at the MI2 score now, compared to some recent MV/RC stuff......it's just heads and tails above them. Again, that's just my opinion. There is a clear theme here, there is an actual structure. Not just some noisy sound effects thrown in the blender.


Bayhem2018-07-16 10:33:27
Mephariel, fair enough. I see your point as well.


Saruhan reply Replies: 4 || 2014-04-06 17:24:49
How can I download songs ???


Hybrid Soldier2014-04-06 17:49:08
Are you just plain stupid or just doing it on purpose ? I don't know which is the scariest...


PhantomThieve1172018-02-17 20:40:15
@ Hybrid why are you such a dick, he was just asking a question, not everyone is computer savy. He's probably asking how can he download songs from this website which you can't. Stop being such an ass that's why you got a fucked up hairline.


Hybrid Soldier2018-02-17 20:42:54
You're encouraging me to be an ass even more !

Thank you !


Kingfannypack is the Milfcommander2018-02-17 23:53:31
You tell them Hybrid

Vivien reply Replies: 0 || 2017-08-15 11:01:11
The score is really Chappie's prequel

El Baradei reply Replies: 10 || 2013-01-06 12:50:05
Yesterday Lorne told me: Injection was composed by Clint Mansell for Requiem for a Dream, and Hans used it for M:i2.


Ds2013-01-06 14:33:35
Wtf?


Hybrid Soldier2013-01-06 15:03:31
Lorne never discusses HZ's work. Certainly not old 10 years old stuff...


martymarin2013-01-06 17:55:46
.. ha ha, bad joke :D


Edmund Meinerts2013-01-06 20:07:14
As Will Smith says in I, Robot...*ATCHOO* - sorry, I'm allergic to bullshit.


Fan from Spain2013-01-08 13:11:31
What??? I can't believe this, I really think Hans composed this amazing score!


atchoo2013-01-08 13:48:05
Will Smith mir gehen?


Edmund Meinerts2013-01-09 12:41:49
I think Injection was a collaboration between Hans Zimmer, Klaus Badelt and Clint Mansell. It was not Clint Mansell alone.


Anonymous2014-05-11 20:32:42
wait....i'm sorry....clint mansell even worked on this score?


Edmund Meinerts2014-05-11 20:47:55
That wasn't me, by the way. Accounts, site!


Bayhem2017-07-17 13:30:06
Injection is a track that just screams "Hans Zimmer". There's no way Mansell did it. So yes, complete bullcrap.

Anonymous reply Replies: 1 || 2014-04-06 17:45:59
I'm so sorry , thank you :)


RealFfingMusic2014-04-07 07:26:41
You're Welcome! :D

Saruhan reply Replies: 2 || 2014-04-06 17:27:22
Where can I buy album??

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Anonymous2014-04-06 17:30:10
Uhhh....Amazon? :P


...2014-04-06 17:31:12
Would you stop asking that question, please...

dallas reply Replies: 5 || 2012-10-13 09:46:30
Why is the Buckcherry song on this edition?
And where are the alternative tracks from?


Hybrid Soldier2012-10-13 13:15:30
Because the song is co-written by HZ, it's actually a theme from the score...


dallas2012-10-13 20:42:34
OK and what about the alternative tracks at the end there?


Hybrid Soldier2012-10-13 22:52:49
OST has some different things.

And there was one from an odd promo Klaus Badelt sent probably as an application to score S.W.A.T. 10 years ago...


dallas2012-10-14 06:25:39
Thank you, Soldier. It seems Escape is the last part of Bare Island but Seville is shorter than this list on the OST and The Bait is too. Are those both from the OST?


dallas2012-10-15 20:42:47
Or maybe another fan knows?

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